Links of interest


The goal of the TEA-IS Summer School is to provide information to scientists interested in studies to better understand the role of thunderstorms in the atmosphere-ionosphere-magnetosphere system. The school includes both lectures and hands-on exercises (using on going observations and satellite data processing). Daily oral and poster sessions will be dedicated to student presentations. The school will encourage discussions between students and senior scientists and scientific collaborations between different research groups.

ICPIG 2013 



XXXI International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases (ICPIG), July 14 - 19, 2013, Granada (Spain).





This is the first summer school of the Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System (TEA-IS), it will be organized in Torremolinos, Málaga, June 17 - 22, 2012.

TEA - IS is an ESF Research Networking Programme (RNP) running from May 2011 to May 2016 with more than 100 scientists from nine countries involved. 



19th Europhysics Sectional Conference on the Atomic and Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases, July 15-19, 2008, Granada (Spain)


Plasma Conferences

Directory of Plasma Conferences


General Information on Plasmas

Coalition for Plasma Science
About Plasmas
The Plasma Universe


Useful databases for Plasma Kinetics

Compilation of electron cross sections by A. V. Phelps (USA)
The UMIST database for Astrochemistry (U.K.)
The GAPHYOR database (France)
The GRI_MECH database (USA)
The NIST chemical kinetics database (USA)
The NIST atomic spectra database lines form (USA)
NIFS data and planning center (Japan)
IUPAC gas kinetic data evaluation (U.K.)
Kurucz atomic line database (USA)
Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Center
MPI-Mainz-UV-VIS Spectral Atlas of Gaseous Molecules, Hannelore Keller-Rudek, Geert K. Moortgat (Germany)


LXcat - Electron Scattering Database

Plasma Data Exchange Project (extension of LXcat database)

Phys4Entry database cross sections including collisions of electrons with excited states for the atmospheres of Earth, Mars and Jupiter